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' Rumors That, nnharr Patriots In
Reriert en ReDresfintative Wat- "
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f' Are About te Strike a Blew Fer the
Freedom of Their Country.
Well-Drilled and Fully Kqulpped Mae
' Who Art Ready te Die for Cuban In. '
dependence Precaution Taken
te Keep the Matter Quiet.
(CHICAOO, Aug. 0. Cuban patriots In
the United States are about te strike a
.blew for Cuban independence. Infor
mation baa just been received by mem
bers of the Cuban club In Chicago re
garding1 the departure of a 6hlp from e
pert near Key West, Juty 2a Its desti
nation was "The Queen of the An
tines,1' and It uus leaded down with
well-drilled and fully equipped men,
who are prepared te dle for Cuban lib
erty., Abundant supplies, arm and
- munitions were en beard.
The most careful precautions were
taken te pievent the expedition Hern
" ,excltlng the attention of the nutherl-
, tics of Key West, in elder that ue no
tice should be given te the Spanish
v rulers of the Island. The afternoon ei
jJulyC4, and the morning of July 25. a
number of small parties left Tampa
. and Key West in small beats for fish-
i ing excursions.
At the time no one noticed that the
parties were made up of Cubans and
Cuban sympathizers. The fact that
; there are se many Cubans in Tampa
and Key West caused no suspicion el
the real object of the fishing excursions.
The little band had orders te meet at a
point twelve miles from Key West, ac
cording te the letter received here. At
this place thcre was te be a vessel in
waiting for them with ample supplies
and arms. The vessel was en time and
all were safely get aboard.
The leader of the expedition is un-
deubtedly Gen. Chas. RolefE, who has
. been In Flerida mere than two months.
', Gen. HolefE Is a native of Poland, but
' emigrated when young te Cuba, With
- the eve of liberty born In every son of
Poland, he espoused the cause of Cuban
liberty when the revolution of 1808
broke out. Leng before the ten years'
struggle was ever he had riben te be a
general, and he Is given the credit of
having conducted the most successful
campaign, from the Insurgents' stand
p6lnt, In the whole struggle. After the
rebellion was suppressed Gen Roloff
visited several of the Seuth American
repUblh's, and was everywhere re
ceived with open arms He hus held
several positions of distinction in these
den. Roloff was In the United States
of Columbia when he received the first
intimation of a'mevement among the
y CubanB, of this country te aid the patri
ets of the Island te threw off the Span
1 Ish yoke. He Immediately made his
.way te Tampa and Key West, and threw
all his cnergles into the movement. His
presence inspired the clubs w 1th new
life; and in a short time there was
hardly a Cuban in Key West or Tampa
that was net enrolled In a patriotic or
revolutionary club. Ter these reasons
' it la n5t hard te suppose that Gen. Roloff
is the leader of the expedition.
A I'rtMf-ut te King Miilleteit.
San FnAXcisce, Cal., Aug. 0. King
Mallotea, of the Sainean Islands, has
been presented with $2,300 by Mr.
Blacklock, agent for ,a wrecking com
pany, being the proceeds from the sole
of .the wreckage of the naval vessels
lest In the great storm, which wreck
age was presented te the Samoans by
the American government. Part of
this has been distributed by the king
among the council of chiefs.
Tile I'lnkcrten Inquiry.
Washinoten, Aug. 0. The judiciary
committee of the house, Friday morn
ing, instructed the sub-committee te
continue the Pinkerton Inquiry dining
the recess and report at the next jsi'Igii
of congress. Chairman Oats, of the bui
f cemmittre, wasjirepured te report that
thomajeiity of his sub-.-ommittee de
clined te adept his report, containing
"tee much dynamite," us one member
Hurled te Death.
Attica, Ind., Aug. 0. A serious acci
dent occurred nt Gainesville, Barnhurt
-Bres, were engaged In tearing down an
ield iron brldge across Pine creek. The
bridge collapsed prematurely and took
. '''down with it five workmen. Jacob
Gray, 39 years old, was Instantly killed;
Lemuel" Hansens, leg broken in two
i,', uiagii) .. v htiu vutvi uuu v u ui
$ less Injur.!
II. Clay Kill?' Cute.
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 0. In the II.
' Clay King case, it is stated that en
Monday next ex-Attorney Gcnerul Gar
land will apply, te Chief Justice Fuller
for a writ of error, based upon the peti
tion and record sent up of the proceed
ings before Judge Jacksen, of the U. S.
v circuit court
t'ff Writ of Habeas Corpus Uranted.
ilASUVIliU .SMIJ., ll, V. J. U.J.k
, cultJudge Hewell E. Jacksen hus filed
2 jhls opinion In the habeas corpus pre-
tceeaings ureugm vy L,ewjs u. urecne,
In Cincinnati) who was Indicted in Mas-
sachusetts, ler connection wiui tne
v whisky trust. The opinion grants the
Six Miners Lese 1 hulr Lives.
Londen, Aug. 0. Six miners leat
their lives Friday morning in a coal-pit
"& near Dewsbunrj County of Yerk,
through the pty in which they were at
'Yerk becoming flooded by water, which
sV lerccu us way irem an aujaceni pu
kVXyhlch had been abandoned.
1 ;x A Terrible tVrcclc.
A lPiii?Trt Aim flA V il vtvnlr 4,itt
,neccurred en the Lake Shere read near
Harbchr creelc, between ji passenger
a and a irovgevirniu. id v rupuru:u uiuuy
passengerv were uiiicu and veunueu.
All ..L.dianne Knnn liann ennr if 41ij
' uune nt tlmVwreck from this eltv.
row,' Aug. e.. The uur-
I'a fair bill was paused by
p gysetml ffl faints
tSflf wu havefrtnuU vMttng you, or if you
areaninenununn a vMt, plcatc tlrep una mite
te thai effut.
Fred Shackluferd is visiting at Vance
burg. Miss Anna Penge of Ashland is visiting
friends in this cit
Miss Fannie Frnzec has returned from
a visit at Peoria, 111.
Eghcit Stephens of Frankfort is visit
inir friends at Aberdeen.
Miss Ada Coens of Augusta is the
guest of Miss Sephia Albert.
Missc? Jennie Merford and Bertie Altin
are visiting nt Flcmingsburg.
Miss Snllie Williams of Lexington is
visiting relatives in this city.
Miss Lama Feimitn of Baltimore is
visiting relatives at Washington.
A. M. J. Cochran left yesterday for n
sojourn at Cliften Springs,, N. Y.
Miss Mary Agnes Brown is visiting
friends at Mill Cieek and Carlisle.
Mrs. Lizzie Stivers of Ripley is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Cen Bauer of tills place.
Mrs. J, A. Lapc and son of Bellovue
are siting her mother, Mrs. Louisa
Miss Agues Bieun nccempnnlcd by Miss
AnnlctFrank is visiting friends near Glen
Mrs. II. C. Burkluy and Miss Helen
Barkley are spending a few days with
friends at Cinnnnnti. '
Miss Man; Alter Barbour and Miss
Kettle Robinson have returned from a
visit te Owingsville.
Mrs. S. B. Richardson and daughtcis,
Misses Marien and Juliet of Louisville,
arc visiting Mrs. II. C. Meignn.
Miss Lula Mairiett of Whcelcrshurg,
0 Is the pleasant guest of Miss Carrie
Merford of East M-irket street.
Miss Martha Whentley of Cincinnati,
formerly of this city. Is visiting Mrs.
Murv Ueeliich of East Third street.
Miss Clara Mycis and Miss- Penil
Robinson are visiting friends and rela
tives at Bradysville, Adams county, O.
Mrs. II. Martin and daughter, Miss
Anna, will spend a few weeks at Mt.
Sterling with the family of N. B. Hudsen.
Misses Nettie Powell and Allie
Alexander left te day te spend several
days in the country with friends and
Mrs. Maggie Archdeacon and daughter.
Miss Stella, and Miss Lulu Tra.vcl arc
visiting Mrs. Amy McCormick at George
town. J. Edward Brcen has returned te his
home at Peoria, 111., after a visit te his
mether, Mrs. Edwaul Brcen and sister,
Mrs. T. P. Boyce.
Ciiei.kua is spreading in Paris.
The- average man has 2,304,000 peics
in his skin.
Theiie nie new 850 guests at Glen and
C. C. Lwsen is new the C. and O.
Agent at Manchester.
The Lewis County Teachers' Institute
will begin August 29th.
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Da. Jehn T. Wise, oho of Covington's
eldest physicians is dead, aged 00 years.
A 'nuitF.AU of information lias been
established by the Cincinnati Police
The first Postefllco opened Its doers in
Paris in 1402; in England, 1581; in
Miis. Paiikei! of Newport, mistreated
byher husband, attempted suiclde with
sulphate of zinc.
The President has approved the "het
authorizing the appointment of receivers
of National banks.
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EX-POSTMASTEIl GENE1UL DON DICKIN
SON has been chosen Chairman of the
Democratic Campaign Committee.
Hi Tylkh and Perry Redman have
succeeded Geerge Kctchum and Bert
Hughes as engineers en the Flettttoed.
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Captain J. W. Rust, an old stoara steara stoara
beatinniK wns found dead in bed at his
home ncnrCovlngten. He was 711 years
The diirerence in the cost te the pcople
of Covington between thu present rates
of fare te Cincinnati and a live cent fare
is $80,000 per annum.
Theiie appears te be a generally ex
pressed opinion existing among prominent
saloenlsts of Cincinnati that the demand
of the barkeepers for shorter hours pf
labor will net be granted.
A walw.U'kh trust has bcenorganlzed
with- a capital of 920,000,000, It
has absorbed about 00 per cent, of the
factories throughout the country, and
The trust will be knbwn'as the National
win iiRvu HB ueauiiuariurs iu new nun.
Wul Paper Cepa -
MA YSVILLE, KY.t SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1892.
KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
What We May Expect Between This Time
and Te-morrow Ktenlng.
Tin: LKeami's weathhr signals.
inittestieaiiier faik; Hie iiai.v or snow;
With Wnck aueve 'tttlll waiimkii jmew.
If lSliuk'n nnsEATii cei.ni'.it 'twill be;
UnleWr.n shown no cluiiure we'll fee.
Hr"The h1pei feieciists iire imule ler n
period of tlilrtj-l hours, cnillnir nt 8 o'clock
Slie sut at tiible oppeMto
The sunt I alwm s'eccupleil
Her die?s was silk, a perlect lit.
With frills et luce attached te It:
Her silvery speech was full of wit:
Her lace by smiles was beuutliled,
1 marked her cj es, her satin skin,
The w hlle my heart rh e many a threb:
Her snowy brew, her dimpled chin,
And wlhd tlint I her heart inly lit w In.
Alas I why did she then bepln
Te eat her corn from off the cob?
Anethkh het wave is reported at Chi
GovKiiNen McKini.ey spoke nt Omaha
The Maysville Fair will be the boss
Fair of the season
Fayette county has been divided into
eight Magisterial Districts.
Ex-Sechktaiiy Blaine will take the
stump in Maine for Hauisen.
Henhy Uk.ein of Newport lias been
granted a patent for wheel hubs.
E. E. f'KAHCE of Flemingsburg lias
been threatened with paialysis.
ROllEUT TlIOMHSON of AllgUStll llttS
moved with his family te this'city.
Stei'S are being taken te organize a
Central Laber Union in Lexington.
Maysville Ne. 10. K. T., is in the
Prohibition state of Kansas te day.
The famous stallion, Sultan, dropped
dead at Abdullah Park, Cynthlana.
Themas Sheehy is the Democratic can
didate for Sheriff of Bracken county.
Chaui.es Victeu was arrested in Green
up county for throwing missiles at C. and
Theiie are new no regular Sunday
Westbound C. and O. trains that step at
Hiplcy anil Augusta.
It is said the principal reason why
women turn gray early in life is the late
hours that they keep.
R"ev. Jehn N. Feuman of India will
preach at the Presbyterian Church,
Washington, te-morrow at 11 o'clock.
Cuiueus crowds gathered at the railroad
stations te see Alice Mitchell en her way
te the insane asylum at Bolivar, Tenn.
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The Carrell county elllccrs have ar
rived from Seuth Dakota with Rebert
Bartlet, the murderer of Mrs. Dr. Centii.
Jehn Zech, Jehn Dinger and Henry
Dciscli, the Maysville tourists, will start
ou their return from Europe net week.
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Conneh, the great threo-year-eld.broko
the weild's iccerd ever a half mile track
at the Danville Fair, trotting a mile iu
These wishinir te keep posted as te
the doings of tne Denver Club should
read The Puhlic Ledgku the next three
TiiEAddysen pipe feundiyat Newport
has shut down, throwing (100 men out of
cmpleymeut. It will net open until late
in the fall.
The usual services of the M. E. Church,
Seuth, will be held at the Courtheuso to
morrow, conducted by the Paster, Rev.
J. E. Wright.
The corner-stone of the Training
Scheel for Central University at Eliza Eliza
bethtewn was laid Thursday with Impo
sing ceremonies. "
Chahles J. BitONSTON of Lexington
has announced himself as a candidate for
re-election te the olHce of Common
Miss Minnie Gilmehe, the dnughter of
the celebrated baud man, has written a
novel culled "A son of Esau," which has
Just been publlshed.
In one of Gladstone's own elections his
friends are said te have expended $240,
000 in his behalf. An avoruge English
election costs ?2.'5,0,)0.
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The four hundreth anniversary of the
sailing of Columbus en his voyage of dis-
cevury was cuiuuimuu n cuuumiiij iu
Pulos, Spain, with imposing ceremony.
Rememhkh, The Lkdekh prints "Help
Wanted," " Lest." " Found,1' and similar
notices net of a business character, free,
of charge. The only thing we require is
that the copy be sent iu befoie 0 o'clock
en day of publication,
III !! I IIHH
F. W. Nyk, the man who has been
hiring hands in Cincinnati te go te
Uoineetoad, came near being mobbed the
ether night. He was haranguing u
crowd when thev found out who he was
Laud gave him five minutes te leave the
ttigNtorueou tie ioek nte uibl
THE NEW DISTRICTS.
Eight in Numlter The City (Jets The
All by Herself.
The Commissioners appointed by Judge
Phistcr have been laboring verj' assidu
ously and constantly for the last several
tlays dividinc the ceuntv into the new
Magisterial Districts. Their task has
been a laborious one. The first trouble
encountered was te get the right number
of distiicts. It was Anally .decided te
have the full complement allowed by the
teccnt act, ciirht. The beard was com cem cem
peed of two Democrats and one Repub
lican. Of ceiuse, it is expected that
soma ene will be dissatisfied, but the
committee did the best they could.
Belew Is their icpert iu full,
Te the Honorable 2'hemas Ii. Planter,
Judge of the Masen County Ceurt: We
the undersigned, appointed at the July
term, 1892, fif the Masen County Court
Commissioners te lay efl and establish
Justices Districts in the- county of
Masen, beg leave te report that being first
duly sworn, according te law we met at
the eillec of the County Clerk en the 1st
day of August. 1892. and after due con
sideration of the order of the Court and
the act of the General Assembly, we
fixed the number of Justices Districts nt
eight, as shown and described by a pint.
and a written descilptien of boundaries
thereof both of which are hereby re
turned and ate refeired te and made part
of this report.
We found the subject a most vcvatieus
one, and while the districts could be bet
ter arranged under some ether system of
apportionment, we have done the best we
could under the act of the General As
sembly refeired te.
Respectfully submitted this 5th day of
James Eaunshaw, Chairman,
JOSEI'H M. Alewndeii,
C. W. Williams
A description of the boundaries of the
new Districts follews:
District Ne. 1 Consists of the First.
Second and Third Wards of the city of
jlavsvllle. fopuiatien ey city census
3.5&X Vete bv estimate 702
District Ne. 2 Consists of Fetirth.Flfth
and Sith Wards of the cityet Maysville.
Population by city census !5,799. Vete by
District Nei !J Is bounded as follews:
Beginning at the Northwestern limits of
the city of Maysville en the Ohie river;
thence with the corporation line of Mays
ville, Southward and Eastward te the
Maysville and Lexington Turnpike:
thence with said pike te Jersey Ridge
Turnpike; thence Nerthwnul and West
ward te the Maysville and Bracken Turn
pike; thence with said pike Westward te
the boundary of the Fein Leaf Precinct,
en the Nertli side of said pike; thence
with said boundary Northward te the
line of the Minerva Precinct; thence with
said line Westward te the Bracken
county line; thence with said line North
ward te the Ohie river: thence up the
river te the beginning, containing the
Dever, Minerva and part of the Lewer
Maysville. Precincts. Population estima
ted 3,230. Vete estimated 040.
District Ne. 4 Beginning at the
junction of the line between the Minerva
and Fern Leaf Precincts with the
Bracken county line; thence with the
Bracken county line Southward te the
North Ferk of Licking river; thence up
the North Ferk te the Robertsen county
line, at or near the mouth of Shannen
creek; thence with the Robertsen county
line Southward te the corporation line of
the town of Sardis; thence with the cor
poration line en the North side of the
town, Eastward te the county read lead
ing down Parker's Run; thence with
said read Northeastward te its junction
with the Shannen Turnpike nt Henry
Thacksten'8 residence; thence with said
pike te the Murphysville Turnpike,
thence with said pike Northward te the
Pleasant Ridge Turnpike; thence with
snid pike and the West boundary of the
Washington Precinct. Northward te the
Maysville and Blacken Turnpike near
Slack's; thence with the Northern boun
daries of the Fern Leaf and Gcrmantewn
Precincts te the beginning, containing
the Fern Leaf, Germautewh, part of the
Sardis and part of the Murphysville
Pieclncts. Population estimated .l,0."5.
Vete estimated 011.
District Ne. 5 Beginning at the junc
tion of the M. and L. Turnpike with
the Jersey Ridge i ike; thence with
the latter pike Northwestward te
the Maysville and Bracken Tumnikc;
thence with said pike Westward te
the line between the Fern Leaf and
Washington Precincts near Slack's; thence
with the Western boundary of Washing
ton Precinct Southward te the Pleasant
Ridge Turnpike; theuce with said pike
Eastward te the Murphvsvllle Turnpike;
thence with said p'ike Southward te the
Nertli Ferk of Licking; thence with the
Neith Ferk te the line betweei. the
Lewisburg and Washington Precincts;
thence with said line Northward
te the Horseshoe Turnpike, between
the lands of W. T. Key ami Wil
liam McClel land; thencewlth said
plke and the Hill City Turnpike
Northward te the Washington and Stene
Lick dirt read; thence with said read East
ward te the Maysville and Mt. Sterling
Turnpike; thence with said pike Nertli
ward te the corporation line of the city
of Maysville: thence with said line West
ward te the M. and L. Turnplke; thence
with said pike Southward te the begin
ning, containing nearly all of the Wash
ington, part of the Lewer Maysville. part
of the Upper Maysville end part of the
Murphysville Precincts. Population esti
mated 3, 130. Vete estimated 020.
District Ne. 0 UcuiiininB nt the West-
cm corporation line of-the town of Sar
dis, where it cresses the Robertsen county
line; thence with the Kouertsnn and
Fleming county lines Southward and
Eastward te the" Middle Trace Read near
Sanferd Mitchell's residence, thence with
said read Northward te the North Tork
of Licking, about a mile below Lewisburg;
thonce with the Nertli Ferk westward te
the Murnhvsvllle Turnplke; thence with
said pike Southward te the Shanuen
Turnplke near Shanuen P. Or, thonce
with said pike Southward te the Parkers
Run and Sardis county read, at Henry
Tbncksten's resldence; thence with said
read Seuthwestwanl te the corporation
liue of the town of Sardis; thence with
said line nasslnir North of town te the be
ginning, containing part'ef the Maysllck,
part or tue annus, auu pan ei me jiur-
physvilie Precincts. Population estima
ted, 3,005. Vete estimated 013.
District Ne. 7 Beginning in the Mid
dle Trace Read where it cresses the
Fleming county line; thence with said
line Northeastward te the Mavsvillc and
Mt. Carmel Turnpike at Mt. Gilcad;
thence with said pike Neithward te the
North Ferk of Lickinir; thence down the
North Ferk te the Taylors Mill Turnplke
nt Taylet's Mill; thence with said pile
Northward te the Kennedvs Creek dirt
rend at Geerge Wells's residence; thence
with said read Northeastward tothcSteno
Lick dirt read; thonce with said read
Westward te the Taylors Mill Turnpike;
thence with said pike Northwestward te
the Mt. Sterling Turnpike; thence with
said pike Southward te the Washington
dirt lead: thence with said read West
ward te the Hill City Turnpike: thence
Southward with said pike and the Horse
shoe Turnpike te the boundary of the
Washington Precinct between the lands
of W. T. Key and William McClelland;
thence witli said line Southward te the
North Ferk of Licking; thence up the
Neith Ferk te the Middle Trace Read,
thence with said read Southward te the
beginning, containing the Lewisburg,
Helena, part of the Washington and part
of the Upper Maysville Precincts.
Population estimated 3,030. , Vete esti
District Ne. 8 Beginning en the Ohie
river nt the Eastern corporation line of
the city of Maysville; thence with said
line along the Eastern and Southern sides
of the city te the Maysville and Mt.
Sterling Turnpike; thence with said pike
Southward te Taylors Mill Turnpike;
thence with said pike Southeastward te
the Stene Lick Read; thence with said
read Eastward te the Kennedys Creek
Read; thence with said lead Southward
te the Taylors Mill Turnpike at Geerge
Wells's residence; thence with said pike
Southward te the North Ferk of Lick
ing; theuce up North Ferk te the Mt.
Carmel Turnpike; thence with said pike
Southward te the Fleming county line at
Mt. Gilcad; thence with said line North
eastward te the Lewis county line near
Fanew's Mill: thence with the Lewis
county line Neithward te the Ohie river;
thence down the river te the beginning,
containing the Orangeburg. Chester and
pait of the Upper Mavsvllle Precincts.
Population estimated 3015. Vete esti
The work was completed yesterday
An unknown woman attempted te
blew up the house of Charles D. Irwin,
a wealthy Beard of Trade operator in
The Sens of Temperance will give an
ice cream supper te night nt the Amazen
Hall, Fifth Ward. Everybody come and
help this noble organization.
A DW.rtF residing at Shigiken, in Ji
nan, is 30 j ears old and but seventeen
inches high. He is well educated and
earns a livelihood by teaching penman
ship. Rev. Lewij Cciu? of Chicago arrived
this morning and left immediately for
Ruggles Campground where he will con
duct the services te-morrow, both morn
ing and evening.
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Jeseph Bea. ten-year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Bena, died this morning of
diphtheria. The little fellow had hem
alarmingly ill for several days from the
dread disease. The Interment will take
place Monday at Lexington.
Chahles A. Waltheh, who received
painful injuries in a runaway Saturday of
last week, in consequence of which he
hns been laid up siuce, i improving slowly
and will in all probability be at his pest
again by the first of next week.
P. J. Beckeii, ex-collector .of Coving
ton, according te the report of expert
Granger, Is short just $8,759 07. In
cluded in this report is an account of bills
amounting te 810,370 53 which according
te the figures of the expert, the city et
Covington rightfully ewes te Mr. Becker.
The frieuds of Jehn Rhlneck, the de
feated candidate for Circuit Clerk in
Kenten county, have tiled charges of
fraud and claim that Rhineckhasan hon
est majority of 100. They demand per
mission te he present at the count of the
ballets and te have an inspection of the
CiAiusst Bakeii, colored, said te have
been the eldest woman in Kentucky and
perhaps in the United States, died at
Carlisle. Her age, which is pretty well
authenticated, was 117. Fer the past
thirteen years she has been blind, and for
seven years has been confined te hei bed.
Fer thirteen days preceding her death
she had taken no nourishment whatever.
A ceitiiKSPONDENT of The Bourbon
Xeics says it is rumored that a certain
young lady of Carlisle will wed one of
her two suitors in the fall, and as ene is a
Republican and thu ether a Democrat,
she has decided en a novel way of mak
ing decisive choice conditional with the
success of the Democratic or Republican
candidate for the Presidency.
Asa Baukli.y ei Lewis county who
was never Known te come 10 town
without getting diunk and into trouble
came ever Saturday, ami as usual tilled
up. He tau up against Brack Carr, a
stonemason from Maysville, who put a
pair of black peepers en him in about a
ininute. The mclce occurred iu Kelly's
saloon, Second street. Asa was arrested
and fined $5. Carr, who acted In self
defense, whs net molested. Manchester
Tuufm of liral Etatf.
Pearly Jeffersen te Jehn T. Kennedy,
one eighth Interest iu twenty-four acres
of land en Shannen creek; consideration,
Heath et )lajnr Jehn X. I'ail),'
A telegram has been received in this
city announcing the death this morning,
at the Soldiers' Heme, Dayton, O , of
Majer Jehn N. Cndy, well known in this
Deceased was 09 yiars old and a
brother of C. G. Cndy ami Mrs. Jesiah
Wilsen of this city.
The burial wHl take place 'te morrow
meraing ut 8 'clock at the Heme with
iniHtary boners '
The Georgia Member May Get Inter
Trouble Fer Writing That Boek.
Th Itcpert Says That Mr. Cobb Wll
Net Drtitik While IMseusslns; tha JEls-o-tleu
Cs and Ne "lrunlen Mam. A
litn Keeled Abe at the Aisles." i .
Washington, Aug. tt. Representa
tive Ueatnr haa finished his report en
Representative Wateen's charges ei
diunkenness among' the members en
the fleer of the house. The report U
approved by the three democratic mem
bers of the committee, and with some
qualifications by Representative Greut
(republican) of Vermont. The facta
arc, the report will say, that probably
four members appeared en the fleer
mera or less under the influence el
liquor, but none in the condition de
scribed In the charges. The committee
will report a resolution declaring that
the chaiges made by Mr. Watsen are
net true, nnd constitute nn unwarranted
assault upon the honor and dignity el
the house, and have the unqualified dis
approval of the heuc
.Mr. Greut (republican)submltted a
report fully concurring In the finding
of the majority, that Mr. Cobb was net
in a state of intoxication while
discussing the Noyes-Eeckwcll election
case, saying the charge of "drunken
members reeling about the
aisles' is unsupported by truth. He
in view of the facts brought
the Investigation, Mr. Watsen
withdraw the offending state
But if, en presentation te the
house, Mr. Watsen should decline te re
tract or modify the statements pub
lished in his book, then he recommends
the adoption of the resolution reported
by the majority.
Ilepreaentatlve Simpsen (Farmers' ,
Alliance) submitted a minority report
dissenting from the views of the ma
jority and exonerating Mr. Watsen. He
quoted from the testimony of Al
liunce members and ethers before the
committee tnsupporbef his (Simpsen's)
contention that Mr. Wateen's charges
had foundation in fact.
Ueth llue Shet L'p shop for the Slim
mer Great Rejoicing ,
Washgten, Aug. 0. At 11 o'clock
IViday night both houses, under an
agieement reuehed earlier In the even
ing, adjourned without day. In the t
house the speaker made the simple ant
teuneement without a speech- The
members cheered and threw the docu
ments en their desks into tile air. The
press gallery resounded vlVb. the dox dex dox
elogy. The president was at the capltel
and signed the bills presented him, in
cluding the World's fair appropriation
and the sundry civil bllL The bill te
lower the new bridge ever the Ohie at
Cincinnati he failed te sign, however.
J rtwteru I Baltimore- 11
1 Uroeklya. 0 New Yerk ... 6
I St Leuis
S I Washington
S 1 Philadelphia. 0
Hew ' hey I tank.
Ven. Ut Pet
nevcland 13 5
Ilosten I'.' A
Uroeltlyn - 12 7
New Verit 10 7
lUltlmere. 10 8
Cincinnati 9 9
Philadelphia. "7... 9 0
lMttaburh 7 ID
Washington t II
Chicago 7 II
LeulsWUc C 13
St Louts S i
Washington', Aug. 0. Fer Ohie. West
Virginia and Western Vcnnbylvanla
Showers; warmer during Saturday;
south te west winds.
Fer Kentucky and Tennessee Fair;
except showers in northern Kentucky;
cooler In- west portion; variable winds.
Fer Lewer Michigan Showers; '
V4 armor during Saturday; cooler Satur
day night; north winds becoming vari
able. Fer Indiana and Illinois Showers in ,
northern poitien; cooler in Illinois nnd '
extreme north and south Indiana; vari- ' i
uble windes. "
Cnueht In a Ketlltic-nMl.
Nrw Yukk, Aug. 0. Mr. audlrs. '
W. R. Ce, of Williamsburg, have a '
new folding-bed. It weighs about BOO .
pounds. Mrs, Cox was removing the
sheets ami pillows when the thing
closed and caught her by the chin and
left arm. She could net release her
self, and for ten minutes she suffered,!!'
the greatest agony, lien she was re- ' -leaded
by n servant. Mrs. Cov's arm '
was broken in three places.
('alltiiuila l'rult Iu Londen.
Londen. Aug. fi. An auction sale of ,
California fiuit, which has just arrived j
here from New Yerk, by the steamer
Majestic, was held Friday. The fruit $
was in line condition, and was greatly
admired, but English dealers declare
that refrigerated fnilt will net keep
for a Butliclcnt length et time te enable
the trade hereto handle it with profit.
The bidding was slack, and the price
paid were low. "
lllenn te I'li-ret by Dynamite.
Joii.vrten, la., Aug. ft. Three boys,
named Dean Cenrad, James McGlllen
and Eddie Htzenberger, accidentally
exploded a can of dynamite bele'nglng
te a contractor Friday afternoon. Mc
Glllen nas instnntiy killed. Cenrad
will die and Lltzonbergcr's Injuries are
Miti.Tri-iisury III 11 Killed.
Wasiiixoten, Aug. a The commit
tee en ways and means of the house
through Mr. McMillan Friday made, a
unanimous report adverse te the bbd
trcusury bill. The report is a lag
document, and discusses nil phases bf
the question in comprehensd-etyle.
Wi , Sirs. Harrison's Cumlltlen. HHB
Sau.vNac Lake, N. Y., Aug; 0. Tit -
report that Mrs. Harrison is famaf m
greatly . exaggerated. Mrs. Harris
wa out for a drive yesterday aad'ak
a rate el HI te W.